Day 1 - Pages 1741–1743
rvloon wrote:So, what I need: one audio file with all the numbers, from one to twenty, and the words for add, subtract and equals used in math in your native language. Thanks!
If you're lucky I'll remember to do that.
january1may wrote:I think that's far from the first word I've asked about, but what the ch*rp is a cuntnugget? (From the context, it's apparently how OTTers said stuff like "ch*rping ch*rp" back when they didn't have np1823g yet. Still no idea what the word means, though.)
Dunno about the rest of the world, but in Brazilian Portuguese “to eat” has a second, informal connotation.
That said, I tend to take things literally whenever I feel it's more amusing.
I didn't even get to the design phase, why would I bother with permissions? It's like worrying about warp drives' economical feasibility and possible issues while NASA's still figuring out if it'd work! I could even generate the graph automatically and send to privately if asked to do so!
That depends. Do you trust me?
There are no secrets. Not if you can fully determine the state of the universe. And the universe is chaotic.
Don't know what happened to you. Hope it wasn't too bad.
So as rumors of my basementing.
AluisioASG wrote:But be known that even if I disappear from here… I will be watching.
Maybe we can sue them for 1) access to confidential data by unintended recipient and 2) use of said data against an intended recipient?
Though I might not have reached to that conclusion quickly enough.
Date available on my OpenPGP key, in case anyone wants to congratulate me. Careless, maybe, but it's not like such data wasn't publicly available already.
I should stop letting myself be influenced by TV.
Could there be such a thing as the perfect black box?
1. Don't think about elephants.
Are those… puns?
Babysea? Do they have cancer?
That was easier to read on the phone.
Hopefully she gets better. Does she want to come here to Brazil? Any part, even our coldest capital. Offer valid only until the weekend. Storm will be here by then.
I saw a poster for Frozen today. Oh, the irony.
Funny. Megan is keeping Cueball in check.
Did I miss CD's ice dragon? Well, I won't look it up again. Saw it once, considered amazing.
Was thinking about you, Dracomax. Or rather, your absence.
Is that Boeing's next model?
Something is wrong. Nothing really outstanding happened while you were away.
<0 Southern states during winter
18 cold/normal here
30 hot/warm if windy
40 “Rio de Janeiro”
57 bus terminus (isn't here proteins start unfolding?)
Snake, it's a snake, it's a…
Well, now you can.
Tatiana, did I miss you again too? Hope you stay for a while.
Actually, room temperature is 22C IIRC.
-40F is a good temperature.
Does that have any correlation with your username?
We should write a Compressed Edition, if possible. Maybe split the work between us all?
Why does that sound familiar?
There's a deep void in my belly. No, I haven't been shot. Yes, I read that book. Haven't I mentioned that before?
You forgot the charlie_grumbles incidents.
Celsius is overrated (also the name of a relative).
When I went to the US last year.
An Oz? What is it? Is it really important right now?
That's what protocols are for. Haven't we learned anything with the Internet?
Day 2 -
I still didn't comment on your song. It was awful, I should try again far away from a baobabus. They look a lot like dogs looking at their tails when they make curves. Maybe today.
lmjb1964 wrote: I had a great farm going, took ED's advice and bought better birth/death rates, it was chugging along, then I closed the window by accident. When I reloaded, my money was there, but I couldn't buy anything, all my animals were at zero, and I can't reset the game. It was a very sad thing.
And todip when I got to work and opened up SB, my castles were at zero also. And my glass chip storage is no longer a tagged item. I'm sure there's a good reason for it. Or at least a reason. It may not be a good one.
It seems the world will end not on fire or ice, but on zeroes.
lmjb1964 wrote:AluisioASG wrote:Most people don't want to be in the way of an incoming hurricane.
I'm not sure what this was referring to, or what exactly I was going to say in response, but, yeah. Except for those crazy storm chasers, but they are not most people.
Check out someone's spoilered list of titles.
I think I get it. But I'm not sure.
lmjb1964 wrote:AluisioASG wrote:Yesterday was like this. Granted, it was Randix.Spoiler:
I don't know what those words mean, but they sounds like they should be sung to "Bohemian Rhapsody." Is that intentional?
Yes. I tend to overuse it when I have an “is this …?” question with two alternatives.
lmjb1964 wrote:ggh wrote:AluisioASG wrote:BlitzGirl wrote:I haven't changed my sig in mips […]. It's reached a sort of stasis.
Apparently I can't do that. Neither with my sig, nor with my avatar.
You change your avatar? I thought you just had the slowest animated gif ever.
Now I realize the real meaning of ASAP…
Day 2 - Pages 1743–1745
HES wrote:Unless I'm unTimeable due to a migraine, in which case I'm lying in a darkened room wondering what to OTTify next.
Well, congratulations for you migraine,
HES wrote:My drOTTbox folder has 217 images in it.
BlitzGirl wrote:My OTTer folder has over 1400 files in it, but a seaish amount of those are redundant.
The OTTer Map has a total of 8302 files in 2115 folders. What you mean this is not how you play?
I almost tried to open elinks with $ ott right now.
That rabbit fish marchlight posted is neat, if rosettish!
BlitzGirl wrote:I just had a satisfying punsawing of HES
Oh my, what have you become, BlitzGirl?
HES wrote:Decree: more molpy acronyms!
And thus begins the Molpy Acronyms Incident.
BlitzGirl wrote:Molpish to hear that I'm using my snake correctly...
<insert not-my-Uncle Sam here> “Are YOU using your snake correctly?” 1001 ways to use a snake, with Bear Grills
How does one describe OTTers to the Outside?
Now that I remember Roblrr's map, perhaps I should rename my map to “Yet Another Map”.
HES wrote:Rebooting my brain because I've been up for 21 nopix.
PS. Thank you.
Day 3 - Pages 1746–1747
That hat… looks like a hat I used to wear… but mine was white.
yappobiscuits wrote:Is GLR immune to punsawing?
Of course he is, he's the GLR! One does not simply punsaw the GLR!
HES wrote:Baby stars on ice?
Daa daA dAA… TA DA! boom boom boom boom boom boom boom boom
(It's missing the ice, though.)
BlitzGirl wrote:Oh m*stard, […] Molpy-chirper!
Actually… no. Ew.
Neil_Boekend wrote:No. This means the semencancercoffeebabiesonice was heretical. It was starsand all along.
You can't retroheresify The Past.
I realize now I've never been taroted.
yappobiscuits wrote:So apparently in two dips it is an Outside holidip called Valentine's Dip.
Four days until I get out of DST.
I don't get why we can't stay on DST forever.
Also, Megan Spider-Arms.
Dr. Hurricane. That's gotta be an awesome name for you directly meaningful–surname people up there.
Sausage! Thank you, newpixbot, but no, thanks.
yappobiscuits wrote:I think anyone who gets upset over [don't getting any prizes] has a lot of growing up to do.
Pfffft. This is how normal people behave. Besides, that's exactly how I'm kind of behaving right now. Wait. * check schedule Right, two days ago. Though I still think that schedule is unpossible to keep.
[Insert lengthy self-internal discussion reaching the conclusion that
[ETA: reply's primary objective achieved by follow-ups.]
lmjb1964 wrote:quick, someone close the basement door!
New word of the day: “havening”. I'm havening much lols.
Day 4 - Pages 1748–1750
Purplepants77 wrote:Hello Future! How's the water up there?
Filled with amoebas.
<TODO: Sync Pp77's OTTification to phone so we can hear it while on the baobabuses on Sunday. We have money to ride the baobabuses on Sunday, right?>
Purplepants77 wrote:thanks for putting up with my monstrosity of a post
Walking a tree?
ChronosDragon wrote:My midwinter break just started, and apparently I've already forgotten what dip it is.
Try this thing called “TV series”. It does wonders for this kind of thing.
Just don't do like me and have 4 or 5 series all on Monday.
BTW, clarify this for me: y'll have midwinter and midsummer breaks, right? How long are they?
HES wrote:Is anyone still keeping track of post rates? It would be interesting to see the extent of the climb around the GLReferences and as the Timiversary approaches...
Not in the mood for making graphs right now. I just woke up from a 3-series of 10-minutes naps.
…hold me near… while I'm still here.
BlitzGirl wrote:Here's a dirty-mind edition for those corrupted by the heart candy holidip:
Which kind of color scheme hides the important parts?
KayZ wrote:Dirty mind indeed. I've got to be more cautious with the words I use. More molpies […]
Won't work. See above, somewhere.
lmjb1964 wrote:(Speaking of which, where has Aluisio gone?)
I didn't go anywhere. Just decided not to speak. The reasons for that you see above.
lmjb1964 wrote:And I'm ketched up! Woot!
We need a “welcome to the Present” symphony. I was thinking the 1812 Overture but last time I used that was in an imaginary funeral.
Now it can really be said I,m blitzening through George's tickets.
ggh wrote:Roses are red
Violets are blue
Sweeter than candy
Is Waiting with you.
I suck at poetry,
At writing even more.
But Waiting with you
Makes for happy lore.
Day 5 - Pages 1750–1751
I agree. You're not very good at these. Neither am I.
But the concept itself is hilarious :lshihttabi: I'll have to explain this one, won't I? Well, you're having your usual Games when suddenly a couple appears out of the blue in the track. Confusion ensues.
What is that even supposed to mean?
One of the advantages of your university being a <your Linux distro> mirror is that updates are blazing fast when you're using their networks.
BlitzGirl wrote:There's a faint gray circle lurking in the semencoffeecancerbaconstarsandbabiesonice What-if
Can't see it. Lots of rubbish in my screen.
Sorry, the city's pet clouds have returned and spooked all the small winged things. Oh, how I missed you, dear clouds…
Neil_Boekend wrote:My phone is big
Is it Skynet?
According to my parents, my package has finally arrived… after 2 and a half months (note to self: never again import stuff near the end of the year). Hopefully they'll bring it here when they come next month.
HES wrote:Who would win in a fight between a dragon and a dinosaur?
The phoenix. As long as it's rising.
Unless, of course, the dragon is not a real dragon. Then all bets are off.
AluisioASG: “All your molpy Armies are Subject to Grapevinefication”, or “Advanced Link-Unified Interface for Standard Inter-process Online Asynchronous Source Generation”
CameronCat: “Concatenative Approach to Merging Enhanced R-Oblique Networks using the Cody–Astley Theory”
rvloon: “Register-based Verifier for Local Object-Oriented Negatives”